Akurabis

The limits of positive thinking

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Hello everyone,

The term "positive thinking" can fit several different definitions.

Instead of messily trying to explain exactly what I'm trying to get at with this question, I figure that I'll just ask you for your thoughts on the subject in the title.

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Is funny that your question made me discover that not all my thoughts about positive thinking are 'positive'. but then again, i don't have a clear definition for positive/negative for myself, so how could i pretend to understand what you meant to ask?

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Well put.

Alright, what I was thinking of was this example:

There are ten people in a village. One person is poisoning the only well. The other nine people are focusing on positive vibrations, and drinking the poisoned water. Who dies?

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On 6/16/2016 at 7:36 PM, Akurabis said:

Hello everyone,

The term "positive thinking" can fit several different definitions.

Instead of messily trying to explain exactly what I'm trying to get at with this question, I figure that I'll just ask you for your thoughts on the subject in the title.

The limit is when the thought is no longer useful in making you more powerful.

Assuming the position of positive being useful and negative being not useful that would be the determining factor.

 

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